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Facing the problem of missing testes. Wasn't treated by parents in childhood. Having problem in conception - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 12-Aug-2013
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Doctor:Hi
User:hi
User:ok
Doctor:Please go ahead
User:yes XXXXX
User:see I have the problem of missing testes.
Doctor:Ok
User:it wasn't treated by parents in childhood due to lack of awareness
User:now iam married so facing conceiving problem
User:is this curable now.
Doctor:Is it just one testis or both?
User:i have one but one also undescended
Doctor:This condition is termed undescended testis
Doctor:Ok
Doctor:Actually, it remains in the stomach and fails to come dowm
User:i feel that one also not works
User:still I feel in my stomach
Doctor:Did you underwent any surgery for this condition?
User:in lower abdomen
User:no not yet
Doctor:Did you underwent any surgery for this condition?
User:no
Doctor:Actually, you have to. Your conceiving problem may or may not be related to this, but
User:the semen test result is nil sperms
User:may be due to the problem of testes the sperms are zero
Doctor:there would risk of developing testicular cancer rarely in these cases. So I advise you to XXXXXXX a urologist to get more a counselling about it
Doctor:There are specialist called Urologist/Andrologists. You have to XXXXXXX them at the earliest
Doctor:Have you ever did so?
User:what is the chances for the same. can it be down to scrotum or they will remove
Doctor:They will get it to the actual place
User:ok..
User:then
Doctor:Most propably, however it depends on physical exam and various other factors
Doctor:Did you follow what I said? Please get back to me in case of doubts.
User:but i read many articles that if testes left in the abdoment then the testes will not work if they will put into scrotum
Doctor:You already have one testis in place
User:ok.
Doctor:Try to get the cause of zero sperm count. Do not be panicked without knowing actual reason. Please be reassured and as advised Urologist/Andrologist.
User:so why the sperms production is not happen if one testis is in place.
Doctor:Try to get the cause of zero sperm count. Do not be panicked without knowing actual reason. Please be reassured and as advised Urologist/Andrologist.
User:can you please suggest me urologist/andrologist.
User:best doctor
Doctor:There are reasons for that. May be due to genetic factors etc. However, there is other thing also that you need to think about
Doctor:That is the risk if not getting appropriate treatment
Doctor:Ok
Doctor:Where do you stay?
User:in delhi, near dwarka
Doctor:One of our customer care executives will assist you further in finding a good doctor. (Please send mail to CRM team, YYYY@YYYY with the name of the patient, time and day of chat)
Doctor:Is there any thing else I can help you with?
User:no do you have anny idea about doctor i can go far away from my loaction also in delhi
Doctor:Unfortunately I stay in south India. So no idea.
User:i can go in south delhi too
User:if it is best.
User:oh.. south India i thought south delhi
User:thanks
Doctor:la seconda moglie
Doctor:Thanks for consulting.Bye for now.
Doctor:Sorry that was mistakenly typed, not for you
Doctor:Thanks for consulting.Bye for now.
Doctor:Is there any thing else I can help you with?
Doctor:Are you there?
Doctor:Are you there?
User:la seconda moglie?
User:what's dis.?
Doctor:Sorry that was mistakenly typed, not for you
Doctor:Somebody else is chatting. So it came here. Sorry for that
Doctor:Is there any thing else I can help you with?
User:la second moglie is 1998 movie
Doctor:I have no idea
Doctor:Some other chat is open. It came here
User:you have better idea. anyways. thanks
Doctor:I suggest you to XXXXXXX the Urologist as soon as possible. The main reason is to avoid the risk of developing testicular cancer. Sorry it sounds little apprehensive, but as a doctor, I shoul let you know about that
Doctor:Are you there?
User:yes.
Doctor:Thanks for consulting.Bye for now. Please get back to us in case of doubts.
User:so what is the chances of testicular cancer
Doctor:Very less. But no one likes to take chance, right?
Doctor:Something like 1 percent
User:ok.. it is curable for sure
Doctor:Yes
User:if doctor put testes back to the scrotum.
Doctor:No. I cannot assure that the sperm count come to normal with that. You need to discuss that with the XXXXXXX
User:testes will work fine if treated.. as i read some articles that in the same cases doctor will not allow to put in their area.
Doctor:I do not have great knowledge regarding that
User:is it a normal or major surgery
Doctor:We can say moderate
User:ok.
Doctor:not so major, not so minor
User:how much time it will take
User:around
Doctor:Not sure
Doctor:But
Doctor:May require, a weeks hospitalisation
User:oh. ok.
User:to whom i will write a mail
User:for doctor
Doctor:Ok then, Nithin. Have a nice day. Thanks for consulting.Bye for now.
User:consulatation.
Doctor:No
Doctor:To our customer care
User:can you pleaes give me details what should i write
Doctor:One of our customer care executives will assist you further in finding a good doctor. (Please send mail to CRM team, YYYY@YYYY with the name of the patient, time and day of chat)
User:ok. Thanks
Doctor:Thanks for consulting.Bye for now.
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